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Has House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unfriended Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg?
The tech noble has reached out to a country’s many absolute Democrat in new weeks to speak about how Facebook handles viral misinformation, though sources told The Washington Post that Pelosi has not called him behind or privately replied.
The Post reports that a California congresswoman is still undone with Facebook’s doing of a doctored shave of her remarks that done Pelosi seem dipsomaniac or senile.
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The tech hulk did not take down a video amid a backlash, though did yield links to several fact-checking sites subsequent it and lowered a video’s ranking on News Feed. Facebook has a longtime process of not categorically banning fake information.
Sources informed with a situation told a Post that Pelosi is “not eager” to hear Zuckerberg’s reason for what took place.
News of a communication relapse comes during a severe time for Facebook and Big Tech in general, with Justice Department and FTC investigations brewing and a separate, wide-ranging House Judiciary Committee examine underway. In addition, on Thursday a House Intelligence Committee will hold a conference about manipulated media and deepfake technology.
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Deepfake videos are believed to be a subsequent limit of digital manipulation, and experts consider they poise a sold risk for a arriving 2020 elections in a U.S.
Although Pelosi is reportedly unfortunate with Facebook’s response to a doctored video, her staff and Zuckerberg’s staff have still been in touch, a Post reports.
Neither Pelosi’s bureau nor Facebook’s orator would comment regarding a impasse.
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